It's not easy to run for office, but these three wheelchair users have done so successfully. Here are their experiences, tips and strategies.
What began in 1946 as a small, determined group of World War II veterans advocating for greater civil rights and independence in New York City has grown into the largest nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of people living with spinal cord injuries and disorders across the country.
On Sept. 21 Hillary Clinton became the first presidential candidate to give a major speech on a disability issue.
Theo Braddy's challenge to disability rights leaders: Fight discrimination and oppression in all its forms, and pursue civil rights for everyone.
The response to those with disabilities improved from the response during Katrina, according to the Red Cross.
Q. I am confused about what has happened to parking spaces for those of us who drive vans and must unload from side ramps or wheelchair lifts.
A group is out to testify that there's so much more to life with a disability than one of “suffering that could last decades”.
85 wheelchair users stormed Washington, D.C., to advocate for legislation that improves the quality of life for people with SCI/D. The event was a huge success, but you don’t have to take our word for it. Here is one member’s experience.